If vision isn’t one of the distinctives of leadership, then what element separates out the leadership role from followership?
As I recount in the introduction to Embracing Followership, the journey of formulating and capturing my thoughts on followership launched in 2011, after reading a book entitled A Vision of the Possible. A brief comment by the author indicated that we have plenty of books on leadership, but that we really need a book on how … Continue reading Inspiration: A Vision of the Possible
How are elevator rides the key to unlocking the purpose of leadership?
Greenleaf guides us toward commitment: for change and for choice.
We can hardly go wrong with Greenleaf’s final thoughts: pursuing growth and exerting influence.
Whether or not you’re a person of faith, what can the church be & teach about the nature of service?
Do board members make any difference, and should followers care about them? Greenleaf thinks so…
Three roles of leaders…and what does that mean for us as followers?
Is servant leadership about institutions or about people?
Greenleaf calls us all to creativity and community, in both our leadership and followership.
Greenleaf offers some leadership definitions and points of evaluation that followers need to be aware of.
How might Greenleaf’s book on servant leadership develop our excellent followership?